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Klein BA. 2022. A sleeping paradox may extend to the spider.
     PNAS. 119:e2211216119. doi: 10.1073/pnas.2211216119
Klein BA, Busby MK. 2020. Slumber in a cell: honeycomb
     used by honey bees for food, brood, heating… and sleeping.
     PeerJ. 8:e9583. doi: 10.7717/peerj.9583
Klein BA, Vogt M, Unrein K, Reineke DR. 2018. Followers of honeybee waggle
     dancers change their behaviour when dancers are sleep-restricted or
     perform imprecise dances.
     Animal Behaviour. 146:71-77. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2018.10.010
Klein BA, Stiegler M, Klein A, and Tautz J. 2014. Mapping sleeping
     bees within their nest: spatial and temporal analysis of worker honey bee sleep.
     PLOS ONE. 9(7):e1023163. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0102316
Klein BA and Seeley TD. 2011. Work or sleep? Honeybee foragers
     opportunistically nap during the day when forage is not available.
     Animal Behaviour. 82:77-83.
     Science News
Klein BA, Klein A, Wray MK, Mueller UG, and Seeley TD. 2010.
     Sleep deprivation impairs precision of waggle dance signaling in honey bees.
     Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 107:22705-22709.
     NatureNews, NewScientist, Science podcast, Bedsdirect, mKarim
Klein BA, Olzsowy KM, Klein A, Saunders KM, and Seeley TD. 2008.
     Caste-dependent sleep of worker honey bees.
     Journal of Experimental Biology. 211:3028-3040.
Klein BA. 2003. Signatures of sleep in a paper wasp.
     SLEEP. 26:A115-A116.

Klein BA, Brosius TR. In press. A Planet in Peril and the Insect Muse. In:
     A Cultural History of Insects in the Modern Age. R Peterson, Ed. Bloomsbury Publ., London, UK.
Klein BA, Brosius T. 2022. Insects in art during an age of environmental turmoil.
     Insects 13:448. doi: 10.3390/insects13050448
Klein BA. 2022. Wax, wings, and swarms: Insects and their products as art media.
     Annual Review of Entomology 67:281-303. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-ento-020821-060803.
     Knowable Magazine article
     Smithsonian Magazine article
Klein BA. 2021. Exposing the murky depths, part 2: Producing a scientific illustration.
     In the Drift (Society for Freshwater Science newsletter). Issue 40.
Klein BA. 2020. Exposing the murky depths, part 1: The value of scientific illustration
     for freshwater science. In the Drift (Society for Freshwater Science newsletter). Issue 37.
Klein BA, Seeley TD. 2015. The declining use of animal and behaviour images
     in animal behaviour journals. Animal Behaviour. 103:171-177.

FAUX FROGS (click photo for step-by-step guide!)
Taylor RC, Page RA, Klein BA, Ryan MJ, Hunter KL. 2017. Perceived synchrony
     of frog multimodal signal components is influenced by content and order.
     Integrative and Comparative Biology. doi:10.1093/icb/icx027
Klein BA, Stein J, Taylor RC. 2012. Robots in the service of animal behavior.
     Communicative & Integrative Biology. 5:467-473. doi:10.4161/cib.21304
Taylor RC, Klein BA, and Ryan MJ. 2011. Inter-signal interaction
     and uncertain information in anuran multimodal signals.
     Current Zoology. 57:153-161.
     Journal cover
Taylor RC, Klein BA, Stein J, and Ryan MJ. 2011. Multimodal signal variation
     in space and time: how important is matching a signal with its signaler?
     Journal of Experimental Biology. 214:815-820.
     Journal cover
Taylor RC, Klein BA, Stein J, and Ryan MJ. 2008. Faux frogs:
     multimodal signalling and the value of robotics in animal behaviour.
     Animal Behaviour. 76:1089-1097.
     NewScientist, YouTube video

OTHER science
Abbott JC. 2011. Illustrated by Klein BA. Damselflies of Texas.
     University of Texas Press.
Wray MK, Klein BA, Mattila HR, and Seeley TD. 2008. Honeybees do
     not reject dances for 'implausible' locations: reconsidering the evidence
     for cognitive maps in insects. Animal Behaviour. 76:261-269.
Klein BA, Bukowski TC, and Avilés L. 2005. Male residency and mating
     patterns in a subsocial spider. Journal of Arachnology. 33:703-710.
Klein BA. 2005. The paradox of leaf-riding in tropical leaf-cutter ants.
     Entomological Society of America meetings. [abstract pdf]
Bernays EA and Klein BA. 2002. Quantifying the symbiont contribution
     to essential amino acids in aphids: the importance of tryptophan for
     Uroleucon ambrosiae. Physiological Entomology. 27:275-284.
Engel MS and Klein BA. 1997. Neocorynurella, a new genus of
     Augochlorine bees from South America (Hymenoptera: Halictidae).
     Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift. 44:155-163.

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